Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Facebook has invited members of the media to an event on 7 March where its expected to showcase a new News Feed.
Outspoken Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announces Windows 8 to a Japanese developers conference.
We check out the latest version of MSI's WindPad, complete with a video and photos.
We add Seagate's latest Barracuda XT hard disk with new Gigabyte and Asus P55 motherboards featuring SATA 6Gbps to see what performance potential, if any, the latest SATA standard offers.
Windows 7 is finally here and after months of testing across many different machines, we're able to give our verdict. Read on to find out if Windows 7 is Microsoft's best operating system to date.
Microsoft detailed plans for the rollout of Windows 7 RTM and confirmed the Family Pack's existence, but later said that it may not come to the Europe.
Microsoft will release Windows 7 to manufacturing next week if several independent reports are to be believed.
A leaked memo from Microsoft has revealed that the software giant plans to ship Windows 7 without a browser in Europe.
Bill Veghte, Microsoft's top Windows business exec, has said that he doesn't expect Windows 7 to boost the PC market massively.
COMPUTEX 09: Microsoft has changed the way the kernel handles multi-core CPUs in Windows 7.
COMPUTEX 09: Microsoft has announced Windows 7's release date - it's not too far from earlier reports.
COMPUTEX 09: Microsoft's Murray Vince revealed one of Windows 7's hidden features: native GPU accelerated video transcoding.
According to rumours coming from Taiwan, Intel persuaded Microsoft to change the maximum specs for Windows 7 Starter Edition.
An eagle eyed reader pointed to a Microsoft webpage which outlines the shut down strategy for both the Windows 7 Beta and RC.
Microsoft has confirmed a 2009 release for Windows 7 at its annual TechEd North America conference in Los Angeles.
Microsoft reveals reveals that its Windows Genuine Advantage system will be replaced with Windows Activation Technologies in Windows 7 and Vista.
Nvidia releases its first WHQL Windows 7 graphics driver, just a day after AMD got its first WHQL WIndows 7 graphics driver out the door.
AMD's Windows 7 graphics driver is given WHQL certification on the first day of the Windows 7 logo program.
Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 requires hardware virtualisation, which isn't supported by some Core 2 Duo and Quad CPUs.
Acer yesterday spilled the beans on Microsoft's Windows 7 release plans during an event in London.
The first release candidate of Windows 7 will be released to the public on 5 May, and won't expire until 1 June 2010.
Microsoft reveals that it plans to disable AutoRun on writeable media, though CDs and DVDs will be unaffected.
Gigabyte is offering a goody bag to whoever has the oldest working Gigabyte motherboard that's still in use.
The boss of a major Taiwanese PC maker has said that Microsoft may release Windows 7 in September according to current plans.
Microsoft has given Nvidia's low cost Ion platform Windows Vista WHQL certification. Nvidia expects the first Ion-based products to be released this summer.
According to a draft of the Windows 7 Technical Guarantee Program, Microsoft looks set to offer a free upgrade to certain Vista users.
Microsoft has closed the Windows 7 beta download period after unprecedented levels of interest. If you're still downloading, you've got until tomorrow.
With Microsoft opening the beta of its next generation Windows 7 OS to the public, we put it up against the current standard of Vista x64 with Service Pack 1 to see what's new and how it compares in an early look at performance.
CES 2009: Ballmer's first CES keynote focused on Windows 7, Windows Live and some new developments in the world of Xbox 360.
Cyberlink and Realtek have now fixed the audio downsampling problem that means you'll finally get full HD quality sound from Blu-ray discs.
CES 2008: Cyberlink is due to expand its online services and launch new features in 2008. We've got the details inside...
Our mod of the year is well under way, and to reward those of you who took the time to vote - our first prize given away today is worth nearly £500!
COMPUTEX 2007: OCZ shows bit-tech its low latency DDR3 Z3 modules, and also gets a lesson in DDR3 from one of the industry's top memory gurus.
Microsoft finally gets the new version of its browser out of the door, in the run-up to the release of Vista.
The new version of Internet Explorer ships with Windows Vista. The new version of Firefox is currently in beta. Which one is worthy of your screen space? We test out the features, tab support, search functionality and interface on the two new beta browsers.
Oblivion is one of the best RPGs ever to be released, with fantastic graphics and immersive gameplay. But how does it compare to perhaps the greatest RPG of all time, Final Fantasy VII? We break out the PlayStation and give you our thoughts.
The next version of Windows might feature less of the default Microsoft browser, not more. Internet Explorer version 7 will be uninstallable.
The second beta of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 browser has gone live for public consumption today. It's not one for your family PC, but it's worth checking out if you're looking for some cool enhancements that should help to improve your web browsing experience. Details inside...